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Trek 520 Grando

Long distance tours that last for weeks or even months on end require an exceptional bicycle. When the roads aren't even roads, the bike needs to be ready for anything! The Trek 520 Grando is that bike.

A purpose-built touring machine will make every mile (paved or unpaved) easier when loaded down with a tent, panniers, sleeping bag, and food for two weeks. The frame needs to be strong and stable, while the drivetrain should be ready for day-long hilly excursions. With all that extra cargo you'll probably have on board, disc brakes are practically required to help reign in speed on steep descents. Trek has been building touring bicycles since the 80's, ensuring that it is one of the most refined dedicated touring machines of the last 30 years.

Butted cro-moly steel is an excellent choice for a touring bicycle's frame. Durability and ride quality is needed for every mile, and the 520 Grando's frame has it covered. The bike can carry up to 275 pounds of total weight (rider+cargo+ total weight of bicycle), making it more than ready for a rider who packs two of everything. Mounts for, well, everything are found throughout the 520 Grando's frame, including bottle cages, front and rear racks, fenders and even a pump peg at the back of the head tube for a full-length frame pump. Tire clearance is generous, allowing tires up to a 29x2.0" for a comfortable ride on rough and unpaved trails. An alloy fork with disc brake caliper mounts and low-rider rack eyelets is equally up to the task. The front rack shown in the photos is included. Cool, huh?

When tackling multi-hour rides with a heavy load, the 520 Grando has your back with a wide gearing range and fingertip Shimano shifting. 10-speed Shimano Tiagra shifters operate a Shimano GRX rear derailleur and Tiagra front derailleur, ensuring precise shifts and long service life. The GRX derailleur has a clutch that helps prevent dropped chains while traversing washboard surfaces and railway crossings. The 520 Grando's 42/28T alloy crankset and 11-36T Shimano cassette boast a huge gearing range for challenging steep inclines on a fully loaded tour.

With all that is expected of it, the 520 Grando's Bontrager Affinity Disc wheels are up to the job. 36 spokes per wheel ensure durability as well as a smooth ride quality. They're tubeless-ready, and are shod with 700x40c Bontrager GR1 Expert gravel-ready tires. TRP Spyre cable-operated disc brakes bring excellent stopping power to the party.

Bontrager also supplies the Arvada saddle, alloy seatpost, Elite alloy stem and alloy Comp VR-C handlebars to complete this expedition-ready steed.

Salsa Cutthroat Carbon GRX 600
Cutthroat is Salsa's Tour Divide-inspired bikepacking machine. With a lightweight, efficient carbon frameset, ample tire clearance, and thoroughly thought-out mounts for all of your ride and camp essentials, Cutthroat is equally suited to setting records or seeking R&R.
Salsa Marrakesh Alivio
Every decision behind the Marrakesh Alivio was made with function and durability in mind. The included front and rear racks let you load it up and go on day one, and its myriad mounting points mean you don't have to leave anything at home. Triple-butted steel tubing and high-volume tires let you cover countless miles in comfort, while its touring geometry keeps everything stable when riding loaded. Carefully-selected Shimano drivetrain components deliver ease of use, reliability, and gear range for the longest flats and steepest mountain passes, while Cowchipper bars offer moderate flare in the drops for dialed-in control, along with a relaxed riding position on the tops or hoods for all-day comfort over varied road surfaces, as well as aerodynamic benefits. It's equipped with a bevy of attachment points for endless mounting options. Wherever your travels take you, Marrakesh is a touring bike that's ready to pile on the miles. 
Marin Four Corners
The Four Corners is built for the adventure rider looking to explore deep off of the beaten path, sleep outdoors, and be ready for whatever pavement, dirt road, or light singletrack is around the next corner. The heads-up bar position and generous braze-ons that make it possible to live on the bike for days at a time are equally at home on the daily commute. Bottle/Gear Mounts Fork leg bottle or accessory cage mounts on the base Four Corners, along with traditional front triangle bottle mounts (three on sizes M-XL, two on XS-S) provide up to six bottle cage mounts total. Disc Brakes Disc brakes provide smooth, controlled stopping in all conditions with minimal maintenance Steel is Real The Four Corners uses butted and formed Series 1 4130 CrMo frames specially tuned for loaded touring with upright geometry for comfortable and efficient all-day rides.
Giant Contend 3
Smooth, fast, and fun. This versatile aluminum road bike has been revamped to give it a well-rounded performance ride quality. It’s the perfect choice to help you push the pace, ride more miles, and expand your road riding experience. Designed for aspiring riders aiming to ride a little faster and go a little farther, Contend offers a smooth, efficient ride quality and a quick, agile feel on the road. The innovative D-Fuse seatpost helps reduce road shocks and vibrations, and there’s enough frame and fork clearance to run wider tires (up to 32mm) to further smooth out the ride. Engineered and built in Giant’s industry-leading aluminum forging facility, it’s a true all-rounder for ambitious road riders. - Balanced road geometry: Frame is specifically engineered to produce a balanced, all-rounder feel that blends confident rider positioning with agile cornering and acceleration. - Smooth ride quality: Innovative D-Fuse seatpost design reduces road shocks and vibrations, and a Giant WheelSystem lets you run tubeless tires up to 32c for smoother ride quality and reduced risk of flats. - Total control: Seamless disc-brake integration including flat mounts and 12mm front and rear thru-axles produces more consistent braking power for better control, even in wet weather and rough roads.
Co-Motion Deschutes

When our customers have asked for a "classic steel touring bike", and wanted something American-made, the choices were somewhat limited. Now Co-Motion has added an excellent new model with plenty of value.

The Descheutes brings stable handling and rugged construction for rides across town or across the country. Double-butted cro-moly steel tubing gives the Deschutes a light, springy feel over rough and choppy pavement. The long wheelbase and relaxed frame geometry adds a stable handling quality, especially when tackling broken pavement, gravel trails and fire roads. The Deschutes boasts rack mounts, fender mounts and three (yes, three) bottle mounts for expedition-level touring. If you're into old-school full-length frame pumps, there's a pump peg at the back of the head tube. There's even a kickstand mounting plate doubling as a seat stay bridge. The cro-moly unicrown fork also features eyelets for fenders and front low-rider racks, improving carrying capacity and weight distribution when front panniers are used. An upright fit allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable on multi-day trips. Five stock sizes give plenty of riders an excellent overall fit.

The drivetrain of the Deschutes brings a massive gearing range to the table, pairing an FSA Omega 46/30T crankset and an 11-40T cassette for loaded touring. Yes, that's a very low 30T chainring and 40T cassette low gear for those 15+% grades and fully loaded panniers. TRP Spyre cable-operated disc brakes with 160mm rotors boast plenty of stopping power, even in wet and rainy conditions. Loaded touring requires stong wheels, and the Deschutes' handbuilt alloy Alex ATD 490 rims are more than up to the task. 700x32c Continental Ultrasport tires add low rolling resistance and a comfortable ride, but even wider rubber can be added for rough gravel and jeep double-track roads. An FSA Gossamer stem, Omega Compact handlebar, 31.6 alloy seatpost and Selle Italia XR Flow saddle completes the cockpit of this outstanding handcrafted beauty.

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